Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 30 / 23 July 2015

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Online Extra: Political Notes: SF Dems name gay columnist to vacancy

SF Dem Party taps gay columnist Joel Engardio to fill a vacancy. (read more)

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AIDS Walk 're-energizes'
HIV fundraising

Last weekend's AIDS Walk San Francisco saw a resurgence in fundraising that left organizers pleased, especially in light of donor fatigue... (read more)

Report highlights lack
of LGBT CA judges

A new report is highlighting a fact often overlooked about the state's judiciary – LGBT judges are largely missing from the state and federal bench in California. (read more)

No change in percent
of SF LGBT homeless

San Francisco officials have released a report showing that 29 percent of the city's homeless population identify as LGBT – the same figure that was reported in 2013... (read more)

AIDS confab highlights
treatment and prevention

The 2015 International AIDS Society conference will be remembered as a milestone in the global effort... (read more)

Lambda Legal's Cathcart
announces retirement

Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund will soon start the search for a new leader after Executive Director Kevin M. Cathcart (read more)

Beckles praises Milk
at Dem club dinner

An East Bay lesbian city council member addressed guests at a recent LGBT Democratic club dinner and talked about changes that have happened across the bay. (read more)

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More Arts

Film - On the tip
of my gay tongue

The entertaining and provocative new documentary Do I Sound Gay? manages in 77 minutes to unpack a lifetime's worth of anxieties... (read more)

Theatre - Ceiling fans

It took three years, but the hit of TheatreWorks' 2012 New Works Festival is now running as the full-scale opening production of its new season. (read more)

Fine Arts - Odd couple

The avuncular Walt Disney, the conservative Midwesterner who built an animation empire on family entertainments...and the effusive, wild-eyed Surrealist artist Salvador Dali... (read more)

Out There - Remarkable renovations

After 26 months of intensive seismic upgrade and improvements, that beautiful Beaux Arts pile the Veterans Building is set to reopen in September. (read more)

Out & About -
Space op. era

If you want some entertainment, you need a space. Rent is high, too damn high, and our usually expansive listings have become a studio apartment. (read more)

Theatre - Clamorous children's hour

There is much to behold and to be heard in Matilda the Musical, but too much attention must be directed at deciphering the aural part of the experience. (read more)

Theatre - Shape-shifting through time

The new musical Triangle is not an equilateral triangle, a shape with angles and sides of equal dimensions. (read more)

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